One Indian dish a day keeps the sorrow away (at least temporarily)
When “The Welcoming Organization” invited us to their NGO Camp in Traiskirchen, the TEDxVienna Bloggers did not hesitate to take the opportunity and have a close look at their daily work. Here is some food for thought from our day in Traiskirchen:
Boys playing in front of the building. The NGO’s tent adjoins the fence.
Worker for the NGO “TWO Austria”.
Cutting onions for the meal of the day.
This is Farid from Bangladesh. He used to work in gastronomy before fleeing to Austria.
Adding pumpkin pieces to the soup.
The heads of the kitchen departement.
What a sweet smell!
Prepared with love!
The kitchen crew cooks mainly Indian food.
Waiting became second nature.
The first ingredient for sweet Indian black tea.
Then: cooking it with water until it foams.
Passing the tea through a sieve.
Et voilà! Delicious.
TEDxVienna @ Traiskirchen 🙂 (to the left: Farid)
Awaiting the meal eagerly.
Approximately 3 degrees.
Orange is the new black! All smiles 🙂
Who says you can not have colour?
Communication is key!
Eating with the refugees at Traiskirchen. Although there was a long line and we were waiting aside, they served us first. <3
Hot tea the neighbor’s tent, who cooks only vegetarian food.
Thanks a lot to the NGO “The Welcoming Organization” for inviting us and for doing a valuable job. Also, many thanks and a high five to all the boys from the kitchen who where, despite their current situation, so kind and welcoming!
Photo credits: All images by Ece Isil Sahin